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Legislative Exams

Effective February 1, 2019, a payment of $11.50 will be required for each exam.

A Georgia law requires that all candidates for a degree from an institution supported by public funds shall pass an examination "of the History of United States and the History of Georgia" and an examination "upon the provisions and principles of the United States Constitution and the Constitution of Georgia."

The requirements for instruction in the above areas can be met by satisfactorily completing one of the following courses at either UNG or another university in the University System of Georgia: HIST 2111, HIST 2112 or POLS 1101.

However, if you transferred one or more of these courses into UNG from a private or out-of-state institution, you will have to take at least two exams to meet the mandated requirements. Also, if you received AP or CLEP credit for the above courses, you have not satisfied these Georgia requirements. 

Legislative Exams Include:

  • Georgia History
  • Georgia Constitution
  • United States Constitution
  • United States History

What to Expect

✓ You must provide a valid government issued photo ID.
✓ If you arrive fifteen minutes after your scheduled appointment time, you may not be allowed to test.
✓ Length of Exam: 60 minutes

 

Resources

Retest Policy

Student may retest at any point after their first attempt. For every attempt thereafter, student must wait 72 hours to retest. A fee of $11.50 is required for all retests.

Register for Your Exam

Step One: Register and Pay for Your Exam

Please register and pay your $11.50 administration fee, per exam, payable by credit/debit card. If you have any questions, please contact your testing center’s office directly.

All testing fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Note: You must use a different web browser other than Internet Explorer.

Step Two: Schedule Your Test

After you've registered and paid your fee, contact your testing center to schedule an appointment.

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